LG recently unveiled their brand new OLED TV with a curved display. The curved display ensures that the screen is always of equal distance to the viewers, but it will cost you $15,000. This 55-inch TV does come with more features though, such as streaming, TV apps, and 3D-capability. The body of the television is constructed out of carbon fiber reinforced polymer with its thickest point measuring only 4.5mm. Continue reading LG Curved OLED TV→
Heard of OLED (organic light-emitting diode)technology? It’sused in a few cell phonesand TVs, it’s pretty much the future of electronics. Screw flat panel plasmas, OLED hassignificant advantages over LCDs like no back light,clearer picture quality, more efficient, thinner, and did I mention it’s flexible? Yea it’s the shit, and all the companies like Sony, Samsung, and Toshiba are coming up with ways to use the technology. The problem is that the technology is extremely expensive, for example a OLED TV sets would cost 10 times as much as equivalent LCD or plasma HDTVs. So were years away from seeing this in our daily lives but recently Sony came out with this video to show you the possibilities. Check it out after the jump.